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Nanoco Group Plc LSE:NANO London Ordinary Share GB00B01JLR99 ORD 10P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -0.35 -2.73% 12.45 278,564 15:29:00
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12.45 12.50 12.55 12.45 12.50
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Technology Hardware & Equipment 3.32 -7.41 -2.21 36
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21/1/2020
08:20
Nanoco Daily Update: Nanoco Group Plc is listed in the Technology Hardware & Equipment sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker NANO. The last closing price for Nanoco was 12.80p.
Nanoco Group Plc has a 4 week average price of 12p and a 12 week average price of 12p.
The 1 year high share price is 55.50p while the 1 year low share price is currently 6.50p.
There are currently 285,934,927 shares in issue and the average daily traded volume is 433,988 shares. The market capitalisation of Nanoco Group Plc is £35,598,898.41.
11/1/2020
17:19
botbot1202: Wow. It’s very quiet on this board lately. Nobody commenting about the share price drops despite the buys. Nobody commenting about the fact that the day always starts off well and magically as the day goes on the share price drops despite there being hardly no action...I decided to buy an extra 100,000 but that made the share price drop even more, so not doing that again.! Now 1.1m in and still holding and praying.
28/11/2019
12:09
barkboo: NigWit - as you can see I dont like to take myself, or indeed even my life too seriously, I would not be offended at being called a Muppet..but I do want to highlight a couple of your points I believe to be misleading. 1) "The outcome of the current sale process will come down to Nanoco’s BATNA" incorrect imo. 2) "Without knowing the BATNA no-one can cheat and no-one can decide whether or not the share price is good value, or not." incorrect imo. Let me give you a very simple scenario: We are non business friends..You have a small mining business with twenty or so investors that are becoming impatient. You have run out of money just as you have hit a large vein of valuable minerals. Do you: 1) Tell your investors you need further finance, but have hit valuable minerals, and the jackpot..enjoying 10% of the reward, whilst making them very happy? 2) Not tell your investors and advise you need to sell the business to get some return on their investment. Then do a 50-50 deal with me, off contract. At NANO and their Yankee partners - I lay long odds on, only a handful of people know the real value of that joint venture as it stands today....if there happened to be another outside interest, it would be very simple to dissuade any other possible offer. The early stage expansion arrangement that was cancelled - has made the kinda negative impact that would help the Yanks as buyers. Remember - most of this business true valuation would come from the Yankee mark to market accounting. Fair value and time can shift an share price upwards of tenfold..that imo was why the venture was cancelled so quick and unexpectedly? I see many bad reasons why NANO have put themselves in the shop window - but there will be pressure on NANO from investors..and the Yanks will not get this on the cheap!
06/9/2019
12:55
ghaon: Thanks howl01 I have no illusions that the path ahead for Nanoco is high risk. That is the nature of an evolving technology. However, Nanoco have always been a leader in QD technology and continue to be so. In the recent trading update they specifically mentioned making major enhancements in the performance of their CF quantum dots. They still have a first class R&D team. With regard to management, I have my concerns about ME. Nevertheless, as pointed out by previous posters, he and his management team managed to land the large US company. That is quite an achievement. There are several other large tie-ups e.g. DuPont, Merck, Wah Hong and Plessey. The latter is using Nanoco QDs for microLEDs. This is at the forefront of display technology. In any event, display is only one application for QDs. Nanoco has a few other applications that are making big strides. For example, Nanoco is using its expertise to develop the next generation of sensors. While the US company may not be using those QDs for sensors due to its own internal reasons, the sensor market for autonomous vehicles is predicted to be huge. Then there is healthcare and its patented VIVODOTS. An end to the RoHS exemption may give a short term boost to the Nanoco share price, but it will not be the reason the business succeeds. Nanoco will succeed by staying at the forefront of the technology and addressing the many applications QDs will be used for. There will be a place for Nanosys and Nanoco amongst others as the market continue to grow.
14/8/2019
19:43
nigwit: Two weeks ago the share price went up for several days in a row and LOAM issued a TR1 having increased their exposure, which is the opposite of their behavior prior to the last raise. Now the share price is going down so the most likely explanation is that no-one is buying (but the world is troubled so most stocks are languishing). We tend to extrapolate how we feel in the moment into our whole futures so, when we feel great (or the share price is rising), we think it will go on forever and we'll all be insanely wealthy but, when we feel bad (or the share price is falling), we tend to catastrophise the situation and assume we're all going to loose everything. The truth is that most companies muddle through their oscillations indefinitely so neither of these extreme outcomes is likely. I think it's good to remember this at all times and try to keep a level mind instead of getting carried away in either direction Since I invested the share price has been down to 6.5p once and up to 55p three times. Today it's near the bottom of that range but the feelings are similar to those I'm sure we've all felt before when they passed. Best to try and set those feelings aside since things are bound to be bumpy and can change very quickly without warning, as we know.
22/7/2019
17:21
nigwit: Rumours abound online about Apple being close to ordering tech for micro-LED displays from some Taiwanese firms for the next gen Apple Watch. The timing of the earliest of these reports seems to correlate with today's sudden share price reversal but volumes aren't especially high (given the low share price) to give concrete support to the hypothesis that the news is connected; which is not to say that it isn't. hTTps://appleinsider.com/articles/19/07/22/apple-considering-micro-led-display-for-2020-apple-watch Some observations: 1. The Taiwanese firms are an LED processor and a display assembler. These firms will likely require quantum dots 2. We know from page 9 of the last interim results presentation that Nanoco's has relations with a "Number of QD Film, Ink and Photo-Resist Producers". hTTp://www.nanocotechnologies.com/system/files/uploads/financialdocs/interim-results-presentation-2019.pdf 3. We know from the 21 June RNS that Nanoco remains in discussion with the US Partner (who we can now be certain is Apple). hTTp://otp.investis.com/clients/uk/nanoco_group_plc/rns/regulatory-story.aspx?cid=1160&newsid=1297100 4. We do not know why Apple chose to pay for a production lab extension in Runcorn instead of paying to convert the existing lab. Could this point to it's intention to procure Nanoco's QDs as well as the, now suspended, 2D Nano-particles? I think it might at least be a contributing factor. 5. We don't know why Wah Hong's share price is up yet. It could be connected to Nanoco's fortunes in several ways. Could this be another? Are Apple planning other future uses for QD's? Almost certainly. How does their new Pro Display function? hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wl4Hg23RQHQ 6. So far, Nanoco has not rushed to raise funds and the majority of the institutions have held firm and so don't seem to be selling down prior to a dilution. Why? 7. Both Nanoco and Plessey are still recruiting hTTp://www.nanocotechnologies.com/join-us/apply-online hTTps://twitter.com/plesseysemicon/status/1153296841175437313?s=20 - (Notice how Plessey's images are from the same source as many that Nanoco have been using for at least two years.) I realise there are as many questions as answers but weighing these things is the key to making the right decisions first, before the rest of the market. ----- On the other hand some city experts are saying that plenty of overseas buyers are eyeing UK Stocks whilst sterling is down due to Brexit. Could Nanoco be low hanging fruit for a foreign TO? If there's an offer we'll only be second to hear about it. hTTps://twitter.com/CrystalAmberRB1/status/1152118408307232769?s=20
25/6/2019
15:09
mrplay: Sending the share price to 8p is a perfect example of mike not doing his job. I’m sorry if you do not like it but mike has failed. 15 years no commercial sales and the share price is 10p not even you could of imagine 2 years ago this would be the current situation. Remember one thing nigwit you are in the red because they failed to do what was written on the tin. Now the share price being so low and undervalued is a opportunity to top up. Let’s hope nanoco can move forward. I hope for a Rns or two with news of commercial sales in some area other than sports massaging but like most feel they may never come. Bagpuss is right to worry of a low placing. It’s up to mike to do his job and stop diluting the share price gets some plucking contracts already.
22/6/2019
07:10
buywell3: Odier have made a big clanger on this one IMO, as have many other big Institutions. For me it is all about the 'market'. Who is going to buy and use this stuff ? Thus far one USA company was in a reasonable meaningful way but soon isn't. A one trick pony story that Mr Market punished very severely on friday. IF there were any other pony's in the stable or about to be led in , then the announcement would have stated this. So there aren't any. An interesting point that would be worth persuing IMO would be WHY the USA company has decided to stop using NANO product/s ? For me this could be one of perhaps two reasons 1. What they were using them for is not selling very well 2. They have found an alternative or alternative supplier This was a decent post IMO ... bones69821 Jun '19 - 17:40 - 18725 of 18763 Nigwit it could also be said we can see the problems without being biased. People who have invested and have bought will always be far too bullish because otherwise it would mean they are wrong and invested badly . Sadly the truth is always reflected in the share price who was right and today pretty much tells you the bulls got it badly wrong . So why should anyone listen to anything a bull says on this share . Many will be quick buck traders looking for a quick profit . Others bargain hunting hoping for a turnaround . The second of these are likely to lose their money as I don't see much hope of any improvement given the companies poor decisions and performance over the last decade . As you keep pointing out 6m in the bank but you also fail to point to the burn rate of the company which is high and will see that dissapear in the coming 6 months . When the contract ends nano will be in very bad shape and that is why the fall has been so big . The market will look ahead and see they will need money to keep going after the contract expires . The market knows this and will punish the share price the nearer that date comes to the point it could mean massive dillution . That's if anyone is willing to fund it. Also the problem is the later they leave it the more desperate the position becomes and more difficult to raise money at even lower prices . For me that's why they need to raise now rather than later at least while the share price isn't 5p or under to at least put a bottom on the damage . I have seen dozens of companies go through similar and know what I'm talking about here as I highlighted the issues at the last fund raising which saw the share price crash significantly before it was announced . Make no mistake this is now in a bad way regardless of whether the tech is good or not the facts are it's loss making and will continue to be for years and struggling for deals and customers . There is very little cash left and that will be used very quickly .they have a facility which will need to reduce capacity and people at a cost . It amazes me that when something like this happens people still bury their heads in the sand although you make a good point about learning from it. My advice would be listen to the bears far more as they tend to be right more than the rampers who are biased . This is aim where over 90% of companies fail and lose investors money that in itself shows that it's better to short or be bearish on aim shares .
21/6/2019
16:40
bones698: Nigwit it could also be said we can see the problems without being biased. People who have invested and have bought will always be far too bullish because otherwise it would mean they are wrong and invested badly . Sadly the truth is always reflected in the share price who was right and today pretty much tells you the bulls got it badly wrong . So why should anyone listen to anything a bull says on this share . Many will be quick buck traders looking for a quick profit . Others bargain hunting hoping for a turnaround . The second of these are likely to lose their money as I don't see much hope of any improvement given the companies poor decisions and performance over the last decade . As you keep pointing out 6m in the bank but you also fail to point to the burn rate of the company which is high and will see that dissapear in the coming 6 months . When the contract ends nano will be in very bad shape and that is why the fall has been so big . The market will look ahead and see they will need money to keep going after the contract expires . The market knows this and will punish the share price the nearer that date comes to the point it could mean massive dillution . That's if anyone is willing to fund it. Also the problem is the later they leave it the more desperate the position becomes and more difficult to raise money at even lower prices . For me that's why they need to raise now rather than later at least while the share price isn't 5p or under to at least put a bottom on the damage . I have seen dozens of companies go through similar and know what I'm talking about here as I highlighted the issues at the last fund raising which saw the share price crash significantly before it was announced . Make no mistake this is now in a bad way regardless of whether the tech is good or not the facts are it's loss making and will continue to be for years and struggling for deals and customers . There is very little cash left and that will be used very quickly .they have a facility which will need to reduce capacity and people at a cost . It amazes me that when something like this happens people still bury their heads in the sand although you make a good point about learning from it. My advice would be listen to the bears far more as they tend to be right more than the rampers who are biased . This is aim where over 90% of companies fail and lose investors money that in itself shows that it's better to short or be bearish on aim shares .
13/5/2019
08:38
davidw1: NigWit Your appearance on ADVFN has caused quite a stir! Please do not dismiss others views and attempt to censor what some view as realism. Keep to what you do rather well - informing all of emerging news and your views. Nice to see Wah Hong is up again but it has been making progress for months and yet there is no direct correlation in the NANO share price. If you are right that WH is producing film with Dow DuPont CFQD for Display then you are ahead of markets that NANO is listed on. Also, before the FCA would take any action on insider dealing it needs hard evidence of it, which is hard to come by and it would need to be very confident in it. I don’t think anyone is suggesting that ME acted on inside info. He is well placed to form his own judgement/view and able to trade shares in Open periods. As shareholders we are able to question why he would want to sell.
02/5/2018
12:04
ih_332411: They may be committed to the display market, but I'm not sure about commitment to the technology. Based on their patent applications they appear to be working to advance the state of the art of QD synthesis. Whether that is outside of the Nanoco technology or supplemental to it remains to be seen. Regardless, it would appear that the NANO share price has already fully discounted the Dow relationship.
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